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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has 3-Pack Philips Dusk-to-Dawn A19 60W Equivalent 2700K Soft White LED Light Bulbs on sale for $15.10. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.
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These are 'Dusk to Dawn,' meaning they have light sensors that will automatically turn on or off depending on the brightness. I recently installed two outdoors, they work great.
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Anyone know if these are any good?
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Anyone know if these are any good?
I've used an off-brand model with no issues, so I'd guess these are solid
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Is there something special about these that I don't see?
These are 'Dusk to Dawn,' meaning they have light sensors that will automatically turn on or off depending on the brightness. I recently installed two outdoors, they work great.
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Yes they automatically adjust from dusk to dawn
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Our Costco is selling 6 packs of led bulbs right now for $1.99. I believe they are 9.5w, but I don't think that the 1.5w savings these provide would save me that much considering these are $5.00 per bulb. Is there something special about these that I don't see?
DUSK TO DAWN: Philips LED Dusk-to-Dawn A19 Light Bulbs are equipped with a built in light sensor that turns your light bulbs on automatically when the sun goes down and turns the light off when the sun rises.
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DUSK TO DAWN: Philips LED Dusk-to-Dawn A19 Light Bulbs are equipped with a built in light sensor that turns your light bulbs on automatically when the sun goes down and turns the light off when the sun rises.
ahhhh! thanks!
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The only "problem" I see here is that its sensitivity will depend on how the bulb ends up oriented in the socket. If it's a fixture where the socket points straight up, then sure it's going to be much more evenly exposed to ambient light. If you have a flood light or other fixture wherein the bulb is sideways or at an angle, you might end up with the sensor pointing down at the ground... Or straight up... or at the building/surface it's attached to. I guess it depends on the particular use case, but it's something to consider.
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The 4 pack is $21
The 6 pack is $40

Makes sense to buy the 4 pack better than the 3 pack
Each bulb comes at around $5.25
Thanks!!!!
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Thanks OP. Well worth the price to eliminate part of my routine before and after bed. Also great for security and energy savings.
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The 4 pack is $21
The 6 pack is $40

Makes sense to buy the 4 pack better than the 3 pack
Each bulb comes at around $5.25
Thanks!!!!
The 3-pack comes to $5.03 each, doesn't it?
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LOL good one.
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The 3-pack comes to $5.03 each, doesn't it?
That said, like someone said, after those crappy "radar" motion sensing ones didn't work out, I got off-brand dusk/dawn bulbs in housing for outside front of the house and the work well, but I need 2 more so getting this 3 pack with a spare.
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The only "problem" I see here is that its sensitivity will depend on how the bulb ends up oriented in the socket. If it's a fixture where the socket points straight up, then sure it's going to be much more evenly exposed to ambient light. If you have a flood light or other fixture wherein the bulb is sideways or at an angle, you might end up with the sensor pointing down at the ground... Or straight up... or at the building/surface it's attached to. I guess it depends on the particular use case, but it's something to consider.
I use one inside a closed outdoor fixture with plenty of potential for internal shadows and it still works perfectly.
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